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Old 08-23-2012, 03:52 PM   #11
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I've got the 45acp pro ds too
Not bad,right?
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Old 08-23-2012, 03:53 PM   #12
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I have a millennium in 40 had a problem with it dropping the mag when fired. Called Taurus they asked me if I was capable of installing a new mag release button and spring I said yes 3 days later had new parts. The gun works fine now. I have a 38 special Taurus has been flawless and a PT 1911 also flawless operation all are accurate.
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Old 08-27-2012, 01:50 AM   #13
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I have a millennium in 40 had a problem with it dropping the mag when fired. Called Taurus they asked me if I was capable of installing a new mag release button and spring I said yes 3 days later had new parts. The gun works fine now. I have a 38 special Taurus has been flawless and a PT 1911 also flawless operation all are accurate.
I bought my pt140 pro like 5-6 years ago and had the same problem but never got around to calling Taurus so I just recently called em and they asked me the same thing about the release and spring and I got it 7 days later, kinda of wierd because I live 10 mins from where they ship out of Miami. So I installed the new release but haven't been able to shoot it yet. Hopefully it's fixed though.
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Old 08-27-2012, 02:02 AM   #14
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I bought a PT940 new, fired about 3k rounds threw it with no problems. Carried it every day for a few years and still looks new. 4" groups at 20yds freehand with this nut behind the butt, im not a pistol shooter but I like this gun. Ofcourse if I had the money to buy a Sig I would have but for the money out of the pocket im totally satisfied.

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Old 08-27-2012, 06:42 AM   #15
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I had a pt145 for 2years. Bullets would nose dive in mags. Would jam up on reloads. Ate factory great. Had alot of recoil.... Shoot winchester pdx1 really good
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I did a lot of research on these when I was entertaining the idea of getting one for my first 45acp. The first two generations had far too many pieces with feeding issues. This could be remedied with a clipped rung of the mag spring, or by replacing the mag spring with that of a full sized, standard, 1911A1. Or you can just make sure you get a third gen and consider yourself safe with a reliable and awesome handgun. There are a few indicators that will help you to differentiate, however I don't really recall what they all are. They're in a thread I posted in somewhere around here. Anyway, that's all I can remember, hope it helps.
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Old 09-04-2012, 09:35 PM   #17
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I had one and hated it. It did not shoot well an had terrible accuracy. Traded it for a S&W .45
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I had one and hated it. It did not shoot well an had terrible accuracy. Traded it for a S&W .45
Mine was a gen3 pt145 it shot great depending on how you set the recoil spring in. But it wasnt all that. I rather buy a g30 next time
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